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a great many new entries appear, including cutting edge applications (e.g., fuel cells, hybrid materials, ion-implantation, nanotechnology) perhaps the most notable difference is the increased emphasis on processes (e.g., magnetic heating) in the 2nd edition. - E-Streams, Vol. 6. No. 3
The author manages to provide concise definitions that are not overly technical, making this work useful for undergraduates as well as more advanced readers. Recommended for libraries supporting mechanical, structural, and chemical engineering programs at the undergraduate to graduate level. - J.B. Napp, University of Toledo, in December 2002 issue of CHOICE
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